Advanced Arthroscopic Surgery of the Shoulder, Hip and Knee
& Shoulder Replacement
World Class Training and Experience, Close to Home
Dr. Beamer is a Harvard and Stanford trained orthopedic surgeon, serving the greater Bozeman area and entire intermountain west. Dr. Beamer specializes in sports medicine and shoulder replacement. He performs advanced arthroscopic surgery of the hip, shoulder, and knee and is one of the few fellowship trained hip arthroscopists in Montana. He is an expert in arthroscopic rotator cuff repair and ACL reconstruction. Dr. Beamer is board certified.
What Is Hip Impingement?
Hip impingment occurs when abnormal bony prominences on the femur (thigh bone) or position of the acetabulum (hip socket) impact one another during hip range of motion, leading to degeneration of the hip socket labrum and cartilage.
To Learn More:
Dr. Beamer is excited to announce that he has returned to his place of birth, Montana, to practice with the outstanding group at Bridger Orthopedic and Sports Medicine. Call and schedule an appointment today!
Team Alpha Male, the professional UFC team under the guidance of Urijah Faber, counts on Dr. Beamer's expertise to keep the team in the octagon
Dr. Beamer recognized as a "Top Doc" in Sacramento for Sports Medicine - Sacramento Magazine Article
Dr. Beamer Discusses Knee Injuries, Recovery, and Healing (click link above to hear the talk)
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Now Offered
Biologic solutions to joint pain now offered by Dr. Beamer
Sports Medicine & Arthroscopic Surgery
- Cartilage Regeneration and Replacement
- Hip, Knee, and Shoulder Replacement
- Arthroscopic repairs and reconstructions of shoulder, hip, and knee injuries
- Rotator Cuff/Impingement & Shoulder Instability
- Less pain and quicker recovery
ACL Reconstruction //
Modern, Anatomic Techniques
Knee Function Depends on Proper Technique
Dr. Beamer utilizes modern, more anatomic techniques for ACL reconstruction that have been shown to more closely restore normal knee function and kinematics. Proper graft placement may delay or prevent the development of arthritis, according to some emerging evidence from Stanford, where he spent a year advancing his sports medicine training. Furthermore, proper technique lowers the chance of early graft failure.
Dr. Beamer's Promise to You
-Take time to educate you about your diagnosis and the treatment options
-Utilize modern, advanced techniques that are backed by scientific evidence for safety and efficacy
-Always explore non-operative options first, and reserve surgery as the last resort